(Excerpted and translated from Rabbi Ginsburgh’s Hebrew book, “Hanerot Hallalu”) Part 3 Jewish Futurism If the eight days of Chanukah parallel the first eight days
(Excerpted and translated from Rabbi Ginsburgh’s Hebrew book, “Hanerot Hallalu”) Part 2 Clipping the Temple’s Wings The fast of the Tenth of Tevet commemorates the
(Excerpted and translated from Rabbi Ginsburgh’s Hebrew book, Hanerot Hallalu) Part 1 Every year, the festival of Chanukah reminds us of the war of the
What is the secret of the Chanukah lights, which we kindle at nightfall? Is it merely that they illuminate the darkness? After all, the menorah
Chanukah, the Festival of Lights, celebrates a miracle that appears through nature. On this festival, we light candles for eight days to publicize the miracle
During the festival of Chanukah, we celebrate the Jewish victory over Hellenist philosophy and culture. The Greeks, who held the philosophy that the world is
“For a candle is a mitzvah and the Torah is light.” Every mitzvah is a candle, a tangible act that envelopes abstract, spiritual light.
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The Shlah (Shnei luchot habrit, authored by Rabbi Yeshayahu ben Avraham Horowitz, 1555-1630) on the Torah portion of Vayeishev says that there is a connection
Rebbe Mordechai Twersky of Chernobyl was the son of Rebbe Menachem Nachum of Chernobyl. While his illustrious father lived in poverty, Rebbe Mordechai served God